Learn all about the most versatile tool in your workshop! What can a router add to your woodworking? You can produce a dizzying array of decorative edge and surface treatments, from a basic chamfer or roundover, to intricate intarsia and inlay on boxes, cabinetry, tables, chairs, doors and much, much more. In a special 54-page primer you'll learn the basics on fixed-base routers, plunge routers and router tables. An entire section on router joinery will give you details on half-laps, dados, mortise a tenons, dovetails, cope-and-stick, lock joints and more. Learn to make and use router jigs that will improve the accuracy and performance of your tools, and even offer new ways to use them. Mounting a router in a table offers even more versatility, and included are plans for five simple router tables. Also included are four projects that use routers in all their versatility, to let you put your knowledge to work. These collected articles are from the most-respected and knowledgeable authors from Popular Woodworking and include everything you need to start working with routers, or to expand your use of this amazing and powerful tool.The larger the diameter of the bit you used to cut these two templates, the more prominent the gaps will be. To get a perfect joint, you have to fill in that kerf, putting back the material that was wasted by the cutter. You do that as you use theanbsp;...
|Title||:||The Ultimate Router Guide|
|Publisher||:||"F+W Media, Inc." - 2014-12-04|